About Beverley WA: Beverley is 130km drive from Perth, situated on the Avon River. Beverley has the appeal of modern convenience whilst retaining rustic charm. For visitors it is a chance to take a breath and digest the charm of the undulating hillsides and attractive buildings, to discover that what looks like a sleepy, little town, is a hive of activity behind the facades. Chat to the friendly locals and admire the variety of architectural styles of the buildings that line the main street.
Beverley's Heritage: The unique history around the settlement of Beverley is documented in the Dead Finish Museum. Originally built as a hotel, the museum houses collectables of our pioneer days. Plus you can visit the extensive vintage machinery museum.
Accommodation in Beverley: Varies from quaint B&Bs to hotels and the recently refurbished Caravan Park.
Things to Do in Beverley: For motorsports enthusiasts, Beverley hosts regular motocross and tractor pull events throughout the year. Regular winter and summer competitions and events will entertain sports enthusiasts. Plus discover soaring, the theatre or a working farm.
Dining out in Beverley: Choose from a-la-carte, counter meals, hearty meals and light snacks.
Beverley Visitor Information Centre
Visit: 132 Vincent St, BEVERLEY WA 6304 (in the CRC Building, behind the water fountain)
Phone: 08 9646 1555 or 08 9646 1600
Open: Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm